Never-Ending Book Quiz
Hamlet's famous question is quoted:
... but the end of Saint-Loup's speech threw a light on his meaning, his concessions to those fashions in words which one is often astonished to see adopted by intelligent men. "I mean the houses," he said, "where people form a tribe, a religious order, a chapel. You aren't going to tell me that they're not a little sect; they're all butter and honey to the people who belong, no words bad enough for those who don't. The question is not, as for Hamlet, to be or not to be, but to belong or not to belong. You belong, my uncle Charlus belongs. I can't help it, I never have gone in for that sort of thing, it isn't my fault."
Choose the correct answer:Victor Hugo - Les Miserables (vol 2) Marcel Proust - Rememberances of Things Past (vol 4) Ronald Searle - St Trinian's (Preface) Émile François Zola - J'Accuse (vol 1)
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